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Doctoral candidate Craig Lee presented his paper “Chicago’s ‘Skyline of Signs’” last month at the Illinois Institute of Technology’s symposium,  “Chicago Schools: Authors, Audiences and History.” The Symposium took place in partnership with the 2017 Chicago Architecture Biennial and included visits to Farnsworth House and Crown Hall, by architect Mies van der Rohe, and Ford House, by architect Bruce Goff.

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Doctoral candidate Craig Lee presented his paper “Chicago’s ‘Skyline of Signs’” at the Illinois Institute of Technology symposium in November 2017.

Doctoral candidate Craig Lee presented his paper “Chicago’s ‘Skyline of Signs’” at the Illinois Institute of Technology symposium in November 2017.

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